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Folding furniture

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  • 1. Siriben Somboon Folding Furniture1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
  • 2. My folding furniture is a wall with a desk, a chair and a refrigerator in it. The bottom leftside of the wall is a chair. When the bottom left side wall is pulled out, it becomes a chair. Beside thechair is a refrigerator. The refrigerator is inside the wall. When the piece on the top left side of thewall is pulled up, the table will come down. Inside the wall is a computer with a CPU. In result, thisentire wall is a place to study where there is food. This folding furniture doesn’t take a lot of space.There is space to walk/run around and when you need to study, there is a desk, chair, computer touse to study. There are many challenges in this project. It was very hard to think of an idea that is usefulto me. First I thought of a desk with a shelf that can become a bed, but it takes too much space andit doesn’t have a lot of function. I thought of that idea because most of the time I am tired after Istudied. It was hard to cut the pieces accurately and put them together because sometimes theydon’t fit. It was hard to think of the sizes for every piece to make it fit together.

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